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Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Carleton University CIVE 2004 Assignment 3 Page 1 of 3 CIVE 2004 GIS, Surveying, and Graphics Assignment 03: Total Station Field Work We will study the basic operation of the TS to measure some angles and distances. We will set a common Back Sight point consisting of a prism attached to a tri-branch over a tripod placed on a visible and accessible point. Each team will set up, centre and level the TS and pro- ceed with the preparatory activities of measuring height of instrument and height of target rod. Point 1 corresponds to the only station we will use in this exercise. It has the conventional coor- dinates 1000, 2000, 100 (NEZ). We will maintain the same HI and target rod height throughout the exercise.
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